Tea Blend | Black tea, dried mango & marigold petals.
One of the most recognized Black tea benefits is its ability to protect heart health. Studies have shown Black Tea may help prevent stroke and can also lower cholesterol levels. Black tea may help protect against heart disease by lowering high blood pressure.
Black tea is a popular beverage during meal times in Asia. Traditional medicine has argued that tea helps to streamline digestive processes and alleviate digestive problems. Black tea may help prevent bacterial growth that causes ulcers and can help relieve symptoms such as diarrhea.
Dried mango is extremely rich in vitamin A, which keeps skin and mucous membranes healthy so that they can protect against bacteria and viruses. Vitamin A also promotes eye health and can reduce the risk for muscular degeneration, the leading cause of blindness among older adults. Dried mangoes are also a good source of B-complex vitamins, which convert food into energy, relieve stress, and improve red blood cell production.
Soluble fiber helps stabilize blood sugar levels, increases nutrient absorption, and may reduce LDL “bad” cholesterol levels. Insoluble fiber promotes a healthy digestive system and makes for a satisfying snack. Loaded with antioxidants, and dried mango is a good source of the protective compounds that fight off oxidative damage caused by free radicals.
Marigold can be consumed as a tea to nourish the skin, act as an internal anti-fungal agent, and to soothe the intestinal tract. Marigolds are known to assist in the body’s detoxification process by eliminating toxic materials that have accumulated over time in the body. This detoxification benefits not only the digestive system, but also the lymphatic system by helping induce drainage and alleviate inflammation of the lymph nodes. Marigold offers benefits for the proper regulation of the processes that take place in the female reproductive system. It helps relieve menstrual pain and cramps.
Recommend taking 2 hours after your doctor prescribed medications.
The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated this information. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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